On Antibody As A Drug Of Choice

@inproceedings{Mideksa2017OnAA,
  title={On Antibody As A Drug Of Choice},
  author={Kumsisa Mideksa},
  year={2017}
}
During the last 20 years, infectious diseases have indeed made a staggering comeback for a variety of reasons, including resistance against existing antibiotics. As a consequence, several alternatives to antibiotics are currently being considered or reconsidered. The modification of antibodies is of major interest since changes in their functionality and physico-chemical properties will broaden their application area. The features that make antibodies attractive drug candidates are high target… CONTINUE READING

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